Luke Shaw’s current contract with Manchester United was due to expire this summer, but the club took the opportunity to extend it for another 12 months to protect themselves from the prospect of wasting the left-back while they work to find common ground. new deal.
That, according to Sky Sport‘ Melissa Reddy, now done and a similar decision is expected to happen to goalkeeper David De Gea who recently said he liked everything about the club.
United signed Shaw as a teenager in 2014 from Southampton and he has since made a total of 248 appearances for the club in all competitions. The 27-year-old, who can also play well as a centre-back, has been especially instrumental in United’s resurgence under Erik ten Hag this season, starting 21 of the team’s 27 Premier League matches in 2022. /23.
While he has a very good left-back alternative in Tyrell Malasia, Ten Hag will certainly be pleased to see the England international stay in place for the foreseeable future.